Hi there and thank you for taking the time to read about the problem. The model number is 4564191 . It simply will not move the final stage of washing. I think it may be the timer from what i had read but not sure. I have a new born and need this problem solved quick. Can anyone help?
It's the timer, if your washing machine fills with water and begins agitating, but the timer never advances--or if the washer is in a spin cycle and the timer won't advance. Then you need to replace the timer.
It may be a cold-water supply problem, if the washing machine fills with water, agitates, drains, and spins, but then doesn't fill with rinse water. See There's no cold water.
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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly. Just reading this it sounds like the water temp selector switch is acting up. You did not provide a model number so this is just an outright guess to help you. Try this if you have the button type start mashing the buttons several times between temps. Do it with conviction. Your cycling the switch to unstick or clean off the contacts in the switch. If the cycle temp switch fails while doing this; changing the switch was the next recomendation to correct the temp problem. You should cycle the switch at least 30 times methodically. Press, change temp, press repeatedly. Then check your cycle water temps for hot and cold as selected. Depending upon model you could have a problem with the water inlet valve. I will wait for a response before commenting on that.
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Hi just read your posting .I do not know the make or model number of your machine but this fault is common on timer model machine.The fault with your machine is your TIMER is faulty.To be exact it is the timer motor that is faulty.This advances the timer throe the cycles.Just a question,Does the timer move at all from the original selected position?If it does not move at all then this is the fault.Please reply with additional information on the questions and I can hopefully help you throe this problem.Looking forward to your reply.
Hi Steve just read your posting.Now when it starts to beep a series of lights will light up.Starting from left to right they are numbered 1st on the left=128 next is=64 next is=32 next is =16 next is= 8 next is = 4 next is = 2 next is = 1. So the lights are numbered from left to right 128--64--32--16-- 8-- 4--2--1. now with this information look at the lights that are lit add up the value of the lit lights and reply back and i will look in my service manual and tell you what part or parts are faulty. hope this helps.
HI, this timer is faulty and, these are early warning signs of potential failuer of this device in the near future. i would prepare to replace the timer control soon. the actual mechanism is showing signs of breakdown.
It appears your timer has failed in this instance.
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